Where To Watch The Darts

Where To Watch The Darts


Gerwyn ‘The Iceman’ Price, Peter ‘Snakebite’ Wright, Jonny ‘The Ferret’ Clayton. The nicknames are great and the spectacle’s even better – no wonder the PDC World Darts Championship has become a cult part of the festive calendar. This year’s edition starts tonight, and there are plenty of places in London showing it on a big screen…
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Greenwood Sports Bar & Kitchen

Just around the corner from Victoria station, Greenwood goes big for every major sporting event, including the arras. With several screens in the bar and main dining hall, visitors can take to a leather sofa with a craft beer to watch The Iceman defend his title. Challenge your mates to a game of pool or darts in between matches.

170 Victoria St, Victoria, SW1E 5LB

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Bar Kick

A Shoreditch icon, Bar Kick has an electric atmosphere every night of the week. Catch the final on 3rd January in the main bar, which has plenty of seating and big screens. On Monday nights, guests can play a couple of free rounds of football table, while happy hour takes place from 4pm to 7pm every weekday – think 2-4-1 negronis and martinis.

127 Shoreditch High Street, Shoreditch, E1 6JE

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Long Arm Pub & Brewery

If you’re serious about beer, make a beeline for Old Street’s Long Arm, which has two giant projectors and several big screens for live sports. Beer is crafted on site – you can currently choose from six different brews, including the signature Long Arm Lager.

20-26 Worship St, Old Street, EC2A 2DX
Visit LongArmPub.co.uk 

Greenwood Sports Bar & Kitchen
Bar Kick
The Bedford

The Bedford

Built back in the 1930s, The Bedford has had millions thrown at it to create a modern-day pub, club and music venue. With plenty of HD screens in the main bar, as well as huge projectors in the club room, customers can watch sport on telly all day. If the darts goes late, you can always stay overnight in one of the Bedford’s 15 rooms.

77 Bedford Hill, Balham, SW12 9HD

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Old Town Tavern

One of our favourite boozers in Clapham, the Old Town will be showing the darts in full. After a recent refurb, you’ve now got a range of craft beers and local ales to choose from, as well as tacos from Mexican street food masters Vote for Pedro. On weekends, expect live music from pianists and jazz musicians. 

29 North Street, Clapham, SW4 0HJ

Visit OldTownTavern.co.uk

The Beehive

With a spacious heated beer garden and three indoor rooms – one with a huge projector – the Beehive has multiple screens showing sport all day. Work your way through beers from  Redemption, Beavertown and Five Points among others, plus proper pub grub from Bruce Stove Kitchen – think pies with gravy and mash, fish and chips, and burgers with triple-cooked chips.

Stoneleigh Road, Tottenham, N17 9BQ

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The Beehive
Old Town Tavern

The Crown & Shuttle

This award-winning craft beer pub is well set up for sport watching. You’re spoilt for choice with the variety of beer on offer here, from London cask ales to big tanks of Meantime lager and niche bottles from other local breweries. Its six screens and food truck are perfect for a boozy, sporty afternoon. There are also bookable spaces, including private areas for groups.

226 Shoreditch High Street, Hackney, E1 6PJ

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Hope & Anchor

This Brixton stalwart has 24 TV screens and a projector spread around the pub and its beer garden, so you’ll get a decent view somewhere. Between sets, enjoy grub from The Burger Shack. If the weather turns, there’s shelter in heated garden huts.

123 Acre Lane, Brixton Hill, Brixton, SW2 5UA

Visit HopeAndAnchorBrixton.co.uk

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